RUMORS OF WAR: Over One Million Americans at Risk of North Korea Nuke Attack
However, it appears that Kim Jong Un is not threatened by such response and continues the war rhetoric.
As this conflict continues to worsen, new alarming reports indicate that more than one million Americans could be directly impacted by a nuclear attack by North Korea. And Hawaii is the most likely target for Kim Jong-un’s weapons as the prospect of an all-out conflict between the two countries reaches an all time high! Sources suggest North Korea is currently gearing up to attack the United States.
“The test serves as a sobering reminder that recent US missile-defense policies and spending have not done enough to deter our adversaries from pursuing advanced weapons,” it said. “In fact, the first real test of the Trump administration might just come from Pyongyang.” It added: “Their ability to hit the West Coast of North America remains questionable, but there is little doubt that the North Koreans already have the capability to reach Hawaii.”
Excerpt From Fox News:
Fox News has learned that two B-1 bombers were supposed to launch a patrol from Guam to the Korean Peninsula as part of training exercises with the South Koreans, hours after the failed North Korean missile launch. Only one B-1 bomber was able to take off. The other was scrubbed due to maintenance issues. The Chinese warning came over the emergency radio frequency known as “guard,” according to one official. The incident unfolded when the American bomber was flying 70 miles southwest of the South Korean island of Jeju.
The sources claim that the electromagnetic railgun launcher uses electricity instead of chemical propellants. The railgun is reported to be powered by electricity that has been generated by the ship and stored in a ‘pulse power system’. Next, an electric pulse is sent to the railgun, creating an electromagnetic force accelerating the projectile up to Mach 6.
According to the Office of Naval Research : “The railgun is a true warfighter game changer. “Wide-area coverage and exceptionally quick response will extend the reach and lethality of ships armed with this technology.”